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, missouri, with more for us now. claudia? >> reporter: well, jenna, the snowstorm has pretty much moved on but it is still a snow day for the kids and tough going out on the roads. not so much on the main highways or the city streets like this one here in downtown kansas city, but more in the residential neighborhoods and on the side streets where the plows really haven't had a chance to get in there and push all of the snow out of the way. as you mention the roads were an icy mess throughout the region yesterday. a lot of slipping and sliding. not a lot of serious crashes because people were out on the road and poor visibility made it hard for drivers to go very fast. those out and about today need to be careful especially if the streets are lined with the large snowdrifts. they might want to have a snow shovel with them. it was a very dynamic storm with snow, freezing rain. what the national weather service calls thunder sleet. lightning really lit up the skyline overnight and temperatures in the 20s over the next few days means all the heavy snow will stay put. farmers certainly hope
test under kim jong-un, who said the test is aimed at ferocious u.s. hostility towards north korea. in december, also successfully tested a long-range missile, capable of reaching hawaii. the white house is calling this a highly provocative act. and calling on actions from the international community. there's very little the u.s. or the u.n. can do at this point since strong sanctions are already in place. in fact, this morning, north korea is saying, we will consider search of our ships and other sanctions by the international community as an act of war. and, josh, they say it will bring on relentless retaliatory attacks. >> we will certainly keep our eye on this. martha, thank you for that. >>> meanwhile, there's word this morning of a new poll out, planned for the u.s. forces in afghanistan. the pentagon is reportedly pushing a timetable that would keep some 8,000 troops in the country after the mission officially ends next year. white house advisers have pushed for a more aggressive withdrawal. the president is expected to announce a final decision soon. >>> an outpouring of su
. so, doesn't make sense are if us to stop and not be able to drive anymore. >> soon as they get it open. better off it will be. cost money to sit still and cost to run the thing empty as far as fuel surge. so. hopefully they get it cleared up. martha: looks like they're working on it. they're doing pretty good job. new mexico police say westbound traffic is open on i-40. eastbound lanes remain closed. truckers will have to sit to wait it out in that direction or try to get off on side roads. also we have this for you from egypt. an awful situation where a hot-air ballon filled with tourists exploded in the sky and then fell a thousand feet to the ground. imagine how frighten this was. these are some of the tourist photos from the launch site where the victims had taken off just moments earlier. and then at least 19 tourists from europe and asia were killed in this tragic accident, after the balloon caught fire. it triggered an explosion in a gas canister. leland vittert, live in jerusalem. what exactly happened? where is this accident? >> reporter: terrifying for the folks who w
lived in these states used the most sad words in their tweets like mad, hate, no, and jail. by the way, the study's author says the list might be a bit skewed. people living in these states use the most swear words which counted towards their sad count. i don't believe the study. today is the same day that, of course, your tweets, got even shorter. instead of using 140 characters, you will have to figure out how to say what you need to say in just 117 if you have a link to your tweet. you know how twitter automatically shortens the link, twitter has changed the way it does that. it now takes up more space. let me take a look at what is trending around the world in new york. a russian billionaire turning some heads with this giant luxury yacht. you have to checks this thing out. the biggest private yacht on earth. the length of two foot fields. if you want to see it, it's docked on new york's west side. and it costs more than new york city penthouse. it's $1.5 billion. here is why it's so expensive. it has got, yep, 30 large cabins, nine decks, two helipads to land the private helicopte
is expected over much of the u.s. a massive winter storm is expanding fast from california to the midwest. we're talking heavy snow, ice, freezing rain. all of that. the huge storm system may wal lop the southeast with violent thunderstorms, floods, hail, and possible tornadoes. and then on to california heavy snow already has left hundreds of drivers stranded on mountain highways. casey wian joins us. so, casey, isc california equipped to deal with this kind of snow? >> reporter: well, we've had most of the snow overnight, frederica. you can see behind me there's just pretty much a light dusting on those hills there, but it was a much different story overnight. behind me you can see interstate 15 and that is one of the main roads that connects los angeles. that highway was closed on and off because of heavy snow conditions. one of our affiliates showing one of the accidents that happened on the highway last night, one of the reasons why the california highway patrol had to shut down this interstate overnight. so far no fatalities. no serious injuries reported, but there were a lot of inconve
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hours. lucky for us. i'm jenna lee. republicans and democrats on capitol hill are still far apart but now there is word a meeting with the president and the top four congressional leaders is set for this friday, the very same day the $85 billion automatic spending cuts to federal programs will kick in. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel is live on capitol hill where the big dome you just saw moments ago. mike, is there a clear path forward? a way where compromise might happen before the deadline? >> reporter: jenna, short answer, no. all indications are the $85 billion in spending reductions will happen. if you listen to the tone today, it is getting harsh. democrats firing at republicans. republicans firing back at democrats. after house speaker john boehner told the senate to quote, get off their --, the senate majority leader fired back. >> suffice it to say i thinks the senate is not moving quickly enough to avert the so-called sequester. across-the-board cuts would cost 750,000 americans their jobs unless congress acts and acts quickly. the speaker's charge is, re
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is with us from hard-hit boston. hi, molly. what is the situation now? >> hi, geraldo. you were talking about that travel ban that was nut place by the governor by executive order ordering everyone off the roads yesterday as of 4:00 p.m. now, people are allowed to travel again as of 4:00 today. the governor feels that that did save lives, keeping all nonessential vehicles off the road. prevented a lot of the fatal car crashes that we so often see in the storms with the big wind and big snow. unfortunately, the fatalities happened today after the storm had pretty much cleared the area and people were going out to dig and get their vehicles out of the massive amount of of snowfall that we are seeing here. a young boy was out helping his father clean out the vehicle. their family sedan. and he had gotten cold and asked if he could hop in the passenger seat for a little while and dad had him hop in and get warm but unfortunately the exhaust pipe hadn't been cleared out from the snow yet and carbon monoxide backed up into the vehicle. the young child passed out and they were not able to rereceive
and neil heslin who joins us tonight. mr. heslin, you spoke incredibly moving today about the last moments with your son. as you think back to that terrible day, what memory sticks with you the most? >> most touching is probably when he was getting out of the truck with me and i was unhooking his seat belt. he gave me a hug and embraced me and was patting me on the back and holding me. >> why is it important for you and so important for you to have been in washington today to testify, to speak not only about gun control but about your son? >> well, i just feel that it's something i have to do. i feel i'm jesse's voice, and i feel there's got to be changes made. and not just one change, but several changes to be effective. >> you talked today about changes in mental health laws and background checks and gun control legislation and high-capacity magazines. is there one, or to you is it you want all of these things to be acted upon? >> i think any change is going to help, but i think for it to be a significant change, they all have to take place. what happened at sandy hook elementary was man
that tough standard to the defense. you have to prove to us why you want to be released. when the judge ruled, it seemed that the ruling was simply based on the fact that he wasn't a flight risk and he wasn't going to be a danger to the community, which are standard bail conditions. it seems what the judge did, here's the tough legal standard and then actually didn't apply that tough of a legal standard. >> so much discussion among the prosecution and the defense about the pistorius' disability and whether that meant he was a flight risk. >> and that didn't come up in the judge's long ruling. it seems very clear that this judge wanted to cover his basis. he wanted to have responses for anyone who was going to have criticism. he gave validity to some of them, criticized others. >> a history lesson -- >> a long history lesson. he knows that the world is watching. as a result, he wanted to make sure that he had been very clear about understanding the legal standard, understanding the facts and why he came to the ruling. >> we have to remember, this is just the bail hearing. >> and the court made
on u.s. terror suspects overseas to what he knew about the bush administration's so-called enhanced interrogation techniques. plus concerns that he, leaked classified information when he briefed reporters about the bin laden raid and the underwear bomber plot. these are big topics. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is live in washington with more on this let's start on one topic out of all those big ones, catherine this so-called enhanced interrogation program. tell us where brennan stand now and whether he changed his position over the years. >> reporter: good morning. john brennan will be interrogated on his statements on enhanced interrogation program which included waterboarding on cbs news the brennan defend the program. that is lot of information coming out of the procedures that agency used against hardcore terrorists t has saved lives. since brennan apparently taken a position against the program and claim he raised concerns at agency about a program that critics describe as torture. a former deputy director at the agency could not confirm for fox that bren
the republican governor, snyder, has about 30 days to decide what? >> okay, you used the expression detroit financially ruined. it is already financially ruined. bill to answer your question directly, seems like there are two options here, a bailout from the state or the feds. that means more money flowing into detroit from outside, or, bankruptcy. where a judge would decide who gets what. let me fill in the blanks here. detroit can not manage itself. it can not meet its current bills. it can't meet its payroll. it is literally weeks away totally running out of money. as you said it has $14 billion worth of debt it has not got a prayer of repaying. the governor of michigan has got 30 days to appoint a emergency financial manager that manager would take all the financial decisions for the city of detroit. what could that manager do? he could look for a bailout, money from michigan or washington, d.c. that would be essentially a bailout of sorts. or, could take the bankruptcy option. that would send a shiver down the spine of the unions because a judge would decide, do the unions get the pens
're with us. i'm jenna lee. pope benedict xvi citing his declining health for this decision. the vatican says there is nothing mysterious or grave they quote. but the pope benedict xvi brother told a german newspaper that the pope had difficulty walking. just one report but something to take into consideration here. the 85-year-old pontiff will resign at the end of this month after nearly eight years as pope. he was elected by his fellow cardinals in 2005. we're getting new reaction to the announcement from around the world and across the united states. the united states home to 68 million catholics, about 1/5 of the country, including reaction from one church leader elevated to cardinal by the pope last february. >> my affection and for and ad mir vision -- admiration for pope ben benedict xvi. i love him so much, as the bish shop of roam who appointed me to you all. to the holy father who made me a cardinal. i just always admired him as a scholar, as a priest, as a holy man. i'm in admiration for him is even higher because of his you humility. jenna: mr. anderson just had a private meeting
>>> that's all for us tonight. time now for anderson cooper. >>> good evening, everyone. 10:00 on the east coast and we begin with breaking news and a warning for tens of millions of you out there. three simple words that could save your life. do not travel. that's because if you do, you could get stuck in this. if you do, rescuers could get stuck trying to reach you. that warning by the way comes straight from the national weather service. texas, oklahoma, kansas, all getting hammered by a storm even more punishing than the one last week. we're talking about more snow in some places than people have seen in the past 42 years. and in one part of oklahoma drivers are stranded with snow piling up to six feet high in places. details on the drivers and the storm they're stuck in from chad myers in the weather center. chad. >> anderson, if you left too late to get home from work or wherever are you coming from, school, whatever, you very well may have had a very hard time getting home because the snow totals are coming down so fast. amarillo in 24 hours picked up 19" of snow and
. >> shepard: that's what we are told. thanks very much. joining us no the director of catholic voices u.s.a. also an torn, focusing on religious liberty, including its role in health care. good to see you. >> great to be here. >> it's this feeling of not in mourning as we bring in an all new thing. >> it's a whole new thing. usually this happens after a pope has tied and that's a somber occasion. this time what you see in the roman people, waving flags flagd people waving at the helicopter, great affection and gratitude the roman people and catholics around the world have for benedict? >> shepard: really, the roman people? i know a lot of italians. they don't talk about a lot of affection for benedict. they didn't talk about a lot of. affection for cardinal inninger. not that there's any dislike. about affection? i haven't heard that. >> look at the images we have seen over the past few days, of crowds, crowds in st. peter's square, and the flags waving, and at the end of the derrick benedict was a bishop of rome and this is michigan of very close to people, very close to italian around
plate and swing and hit a home run. and if he doesn't use everything he has got right now he is not going to get a second chance. and back to, as you describe, raunchy, i think it is triple x rated. the whole thing is not to talk about their sex life or whether it is deviant or not, the whole point is from the testimony, from the get-go, she claimed he sexually abused her, beat her, demeaned her, and so on and so on. but now, the prosecution, anderson, on cross examination is using her own words and those nasty, as you say text messages and firing them right back at her, anderson, to show a lot of their sex activity was at her instigation, and she liked it. >> and the judge has given a lot of leeway in this testimony, probably because it is a death penalty case. dr. drew pinsky, we'll talk about the very latest from the court today. what happened, the 12th day of testimony. "ac360's" randy kay was there, randy, a lot of time in court today focusing on the car she rented when she focused on alexander. what was the prosecution trying to prove with the line of questioning? expla
home. even though he's learned to use his time effectively, yeah, he admits little distractions do pop up from time to time. this particular distraction can cause up to 20 minutes of play time and then of course the cleanup to chris' manuscript caused by the hairy body relaxing on his kierbd. while many people make a serious contribution working at home, there's a lot to be said for being right there, working and networking with your colleagues. nothing can replace the sudden brain storm, the interaction, the intensity of working long hours together, but we want to hear from you. how do you feel about the yahoo decision? take our poll and hey, try not to do it during work hours. "anderson cooper" starts now. >>> erin, thanks very much. good evening, everyone. we begin with breaking dmus and a warning for tens of millions of americans. three simple words that could save your life. do not travel. that's because if you do, you could get stuck in images like that. if you do, rescuers could get stuck trying to reach you. that warning, by the way, do not travel, comes straight from the natio
known, angela merkel, julia gillard and others. that does it for us. "cnn newsroom" continues. >>> blackmail, sex, scandal. allegations involving the catholic church swirl as the pope gets ready to leave. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. >>> fresh off maternity leave, yahoo!'s new ceo tells employees work from the office or quit. we'll discuss. >>> plus, nascar back in the spotlight, as danica patrick sizzles and 50 cent strikes a chord about race in racing. >>> and never a dull moment when piers morgan schmoozes with celeb. >> give me a big loser face. >> piers will join me live on seth macfarlane, the oscar parties, and what surprised him the most. >>> hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin. good to be back in the chair. good to see you on this monday. let's begin with the vatican. the vatican is in damage control. accusations of sex, money, and cover-ups at the highest level of the church, just three days before pope benedict xvi steps down. two italian papers say the reason he's leaving has nothing to do with his health and much more so to do with his explosive 300 page repo
to question. one could argue that some sort of response had to be made, but the practical effect of using such high octane rhetoric in the statement has given additional legs to the story and made the hill the vatican has to climb to get over this that much more steep. >> christiane and john, thank you so much. just ahead, the latest on the search at sea for a family, including two young kids and their final message, we are abandoned ship. weil have the latest on that, and next, the latest you need to know about the raw politics happening right now in washington, d.c. the search in a sea of finger pointing for a deal to cut off budget cuts at the end of the week. we're joined and told what the sources are telling them. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredible things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ su
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